Start Date: 6/1/2017 3:00 PM EST
End Date: 6/1/2017 4:00 PM EST
In the last 40 years, many campuses have built organizational conduct processes that largely mirror their individual student conduct processes. As these organizational cases become more complex and intertwined with federal regulation, a better model of managing these cases is needed. This webinar will provide strategies for streamlining and improving campus organizational conduct procedures and will provide participants with a variety of resources related to the adjudication of organizational misconduct.
Gentry McCreary, PhD, Affiliated Consultant
The NCHERM Group, LLC
Dr. Gentry McCreary is a consultant for the NCHERM Group, LLC, a law firm specializing in risk management in higher education. In that role, he speaks to college students across the country about hazing and sexual assault, and works with college campuses to improve their adjudication of organizational misconduct and their prevention and investigation of hazing and sexual misconduct. He worked for 10 years in higher education in a variety of administrative roles, including as Associate Dean of Students/Deputy Title IX Coordinator at the University of West Florida, and as Director of Greek Affairs at the University of Alabama during a time in which that Greek community became the largest in the United States. His award-winning research examines fraternity hazing, fraternal brotherhood and sisterhood, and the moral development of college students.
Dr. Jonathan Sanders, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Advocacy & Accountability
Louisiana State University
Dr. Jonathan Sanders is the Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Advocacy & Accountability at Louisiana State University, where he leads a staff to address behavioral and academic misconduct, to include organizational misconduct, along with working with students in crisis, distress or of concern. Jonathan has over ten years of experience working with organizational misconduct, to include fraternities and sororities, as he previously served as the Assistant Dean and Associate Director of Greek Life at LSU. While at LSU, Jonathan had the fortunate opportunity to assist in the development of a conduct process to address concerns within the Greek community which led him to his dissertation research as part of his doctoral degree entitled "Conduct Issues with Fraternities and Sororities: University Processes Evaluated at Four-Year Universities". Jonathan is a proud member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
Note: This webinar is scheduled in Eastern Time